Sunny versus stormy weather on the East coast starting this weekend is contingent upon the development and track of a future system over the western Atlantic Ocean.
Current indications are that a storm will spin up just off the Atlantic coast Sunday and Monday. One scenario swings that storm westward with heavy rain, gusty winds and rough seas.
Other scenarios parallel the storm along the mid-Atlantic and New England coasts, take the storm out to sea or bring the storm northward, brushing New England and into Atlantic Canada.
Another sign of the changing seasons…an East Coast low this weekend?
For the majority of the Middle Atlantic and Northeast states, quiet weather conditions will persist right through Friday thanks to an expansive area of high pressure. Most areas should be dry with highs in the 60s and 70s.
Could things change over the weekend? That will be dependent on the development and location of an area of low pressure in the western Atlantic.
GFS correction left,the 00z run last night with classic string out bias.Right the 06z run. 500 miles west 12 mb lower pic.twitter.com/QNaLCfTpeM